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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1909)
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TODAY MAT.f2:36;TqN)QHTt 8:16
Mat., $1.00 to $26c; flight, $1.50 to 50c
THUR8DAY NIGHT, NOV. 4
Corlnno In "Milt Mischief"
. Prices: $1.50 to 50c.
Nov. 6 "THE COWBOY GIRL"
Matinees-Wed. and Sat.
Beginning Monday Night, .November 1
A Bachelor's Romance
, Will Be presented by the
lyric stock: company
Prices EvenlngB, 25c, 25c and 35c.
Matinee, 15c and 25c
NEXT WEEK " Z I R A "
WEEK 8TART1NG NOVEMBER 1
CAR80N & MILLARD,
DAVEY & PONEY MOORE
FOX & FOXIE
ALBURTU8 & ALTU8
MAT. (EXCEPT MON) 2:30 15c, 25c
EVE. AT 8:30 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c
Phones: Bell 036, Auto 1528.
L. J, Herzog
Thi University Man's Tailor
The Finost Work Dono and Prices Right
Call at Our Now Storo
1230 O St.
All makoa rontod with stand $3 ,
per Month. Bargains in
Lincoln lyptwnttr txcmngt
I Auto 1155. Boll 1181. 122 No. lth
Underwood Typewriter Go.
TYPEWRITERS SOLp AND
187 No. 18th. Boll 848. Auto 2C85
B T H E PRINTER?
t: PrlntlnQ;, t J
3p Bneravlnsi qC 3
3E cmboaalns JC -J
Auto 2819 817 South 12th
Brincr Your Next Job of Printincr to
I" yAN TINE PRINTING CO. j
.aid Get Sathfactory Results I
m 1H-1JU IHO. 14U at. AUtO J4
The First Trust & Sav
4 Per Cent Interest A
$1 opins an acoount
Corner JCth & O Street
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Froy & Frey. r ' '
Girls Bavo your datos Nov. 19.
Dr. J. R. Davis. Dentist. 1234 O fit.
Josephine Frasier, 1907, is teaching
school at Hills City, 8. Dak.
Try Thornburg's Orchestra for your
annual party. Second to none. Violin
and wind instrument lessons given.
Studio 416 So. 17th. Auto 5877.
Louise Stogner, ex-1910, is In tKo
grnde school work In Omaha.
Havo your clothes pressed at
Weber's Suitorium. 12th and 0.
Donna Withoy, 1907, is teaching in
South Omaha high school.
Chapln Bros., florists,
Elta Boose, 1907, is
127 So. 13lh.
Falls City high school.
Spalding gymnasium and baskot-ball
shoes, Swedish -gymnasium shoos.
Beckman Bros., 1107 O St.
Helen Day, 1909, is teaching alge
bra In Beatrice high school.
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop. 120
Miss Edith Grimm, 1909, was a cam
pus visitor yesterday,
Try a lunch at the Y. M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts.
The Y. W. C. A. Small Cabinet will
moot this evening at G:30. Special
questions will be discussed.
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Subjective and Objective Test mado with oach and every
Established 1871 HALLETT, Registered Optometrist . 1143 O St.
Frey & Frey, choice flowers. 1338
O St., north side.
Tho German Club will moot noxt
Thursday evening at eight o'clock with
Miss Wlttmann, 939 H street.
Have your engraved cards and in
vitations mado at Georgo Bros. Thoy
have tho only engraving press in Lin
coln, and can handle your orders
quickly. Try them on your noxt
Bessie M. Fry, 1909, Is studying
music in Omaha and expects to visit
in Lincoln at the time of tho Kansas
Romember Don Cameron, H6 is
Issuing coupon books at a discount
this year, and has fitted up an ad
joining room with tables. 115-119
Girls save your dates--Nov. 19. j
See our display ad. Lincoln 8elect
Dancing Academy, 1124 N. '
Library hours at the state farm are
announced for tho w.lnter term as fol
lows: Week days, 8:30 'a. m. to 5 p. m.,
7 to. 9: 30 p. m.; Saturday, 8:30 a. m.
to 1 p. m.
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Chris' Bath House, 11th and PL,
Turkish, shower and 'plain baths, j!
All sophomores who can. box or who
are willing to try out for tho boxing
contests for tho Olymnlcs are request
ed to see Charles Landers as Boon as
possible. . -
The big night Students' night 8aV
urday. Unl. Orchestra. Lincoln Danq
Ing Academy. 8eo display ad.
A curious coincidence Is noted in
tho American history department. The
registration for this weok is exactly
the same as at this timo of the first
semester last year. Some changed
havo been made in the various classeij,
but the total is tho same.
HUIIIIAII FOR NEtlRASKA 1
I HtlinAII FOR NEnnASKA I I " I
1VK JHVBT BEAT ICAN8A t '
It Dunce illefore the Ulgi Gam.
AT LINCOLN'S BEI.ldCTJOANCING ACADEMY."
Ml XI BITIII 'A'flirtl
BUVBE'fl ORGIIKSTHAl f . . -
, At tho dedication of tho now Y M.
C.' A. building at tho University of
Mlssduri dn Sunday. Octobor 31, Dr.
Theo'dord Gerald Soaros, profossor
of homilotlcs and religious education
and head of tho department of prac
tical theology at tho UnivorBtty of
Chicago, delivered tho principal ad
dress. Domestic sclonco, a subject which is
receiving increasing attention in col
leges and high schools, has been add
ed to tho llBt! of.subjocts which may
bo offered fdr entrance to tho Univer
sity of Chicago. This action has been
taken by tho faculties of tho colloges
of arts, litoraturo and scionco, as a
result dr tho growing demand for of
ficial roedghitiori of this subject, and
results in a balancing df tho manual
training curriculum at tho university
by tho placing of a purely feminine
subject of education on a par with
the masculine studies of mechanical
drawing and shop wdrk.
' Tho "Chicago scholarship" at tho
university of Chicago has been award
ed to MldB Florenco 'White, 10312 S.
Seeley avenue, Chicago, for "high rnnk
in scholarship." Miss White is a
Junior college student, and tho schol
arship covers the full annual fees of
The abolition of fraternities and so
rorities from tho high school of the
University of Chicago has boon fol
lowed by tho creation of social clubs
ono for boys and one fdr girls
rooms for which havo been provided
In tho university buildings. Member
ship includes all of the pupils in tho
Bchool. The plan is welcomed by
scholars and teachers alike, aB offer
ing a practical and pleasant solution
of a problem which was not without
Modern Methods in Eye Examinations
Romovo all doubt as to results. No guess work now.
Defocta of oyo sight corrected absolutely by properly
Advertisements for the want ad col
umn should be left at the business of
fice, basement Administration build
ing, between 11 a. m. and 12 m., or
between 2 p. m. and 5 p. m.
Want ads will positively not be In
serted unless paid in advance, at the
rate of 10 cents per Insertion for
every fifteen words or fraction there
of for the first insertion; three Inser
tions 25 cents; five insertions 40 cents;
, WANTED Now songs and yolls Tor
tho Minnesota, Iowa and Kansas
WANTED Somebody to make up
football songs to popular music. Hand
all songs to S. A. Mahood or R. S
Wanted Sophomore candidates fori
the class football team to meet on thq
campus north of the library, at 11
o'clock Tuesdays and Thursdays and 5
o'clock on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday. . . '
For Sale Mechanical drawing setl
complqte. Box 1199,. Station "A."
: . . ' 26-3t
For- Sale No. 7 -Remington type
writer. Used only two months. Call
at Stenographic 'Bureau, second floor
Administration building. 26-5J;
Lost Monday, on campus, or near'
turn to Nebraskan office. Reward.'
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Found Several days ago, a pair ojf
lady's gloves, near north entrance of
Chemistry Hall. Owner may havp
uiem uy caning at rror. liorrowman'B
office and payirig for this ad. 26-2t
Wanted Engineering students who
havo taken M. E. 1 tb volunteer thelrl
services to dd ldtho wdrk during tho
industrial exhibit which Is to bo held
in tho city Auditorium' during the
meeting of tho State Teachers' Assq
elation, November 3, 4, 5. Any student1, ";Lw"oie YT ,2 0K D(1
.!.- 1' ...ini I ' . ' ' 7 "v",' low the accentubla ntnnrlnrda nf mnr!
wuo is wining 10 give one, iwo orii ii" V , - 1
throe hours' for his university please LS'n U ? mTf, ?n8 acI
notify Profossor Budting, or Geo?ge R. h'L lt?' AWJS
Chatburn. Chairman Commlttee'on Ex
Wbit. ... , J
B(Htona InvlteM. "
ouo per uoupiei Jtuxira JLailx, liac
J-W 4 (-' ftrfe,$t fc
Conlinnod from Patro 1,
aOPHS'MEtfT' 'AGAiN ANp' 0 ''
' HAVE ANOTHER SCKXp
that' it "was entirely a matter of prin
ciple with thom and that thoy woro
slnboroly ondaavorlng to bring nboltt,
what thoy esteem to bo a ncedod re
form. 4 'Committees Appointed.
Immediately aftor adjournment Pres
ident Powers announced tho appoint
ment of tho .following commlttoos,
which had boon dotormined upon prior
to tho moctingf
Sophbmoro Hop Walter McGowan,
chairman; Ward Ruboridall, mastor or
ceromonics; Roland Thomas, Thomas
James, James Lomax, Jay Hubbell,
Gus Lofgron, Blahcho' Woodwdrth,
Hazol Johnson, Helen Dlnsmoro, Mario
Wljson, and Hazel Clarko,
Informal Hop Clarence Clark, chair
man; P. B. Roen, master of ceremo
nies; Joo Pomorono, Kenneth, Warner,
Walter Davis, Georgo Flack, Ben
Frleden, Marguorlto Klinkor, Jnna
Herman, Martha Boll, Graco Holman
and Mildred Bovins.
OlymplcB Frank Clark, chairman;
Randall Curtis, Charlos Landors, Nat
Noff, John Rohn, W. B. Alton, Art Hilt
nor, and George Flack.
Constitution D. B. Van Duson,
chairman; H.- A. Resnor, Hal Stultz,
L. A Welch.
Cap and Colors James Spauldlng,
chairman; Hazol Teotor, May Miller,
Amy Kautz, and David Folsom.
Inter-class Athletics Nat Noff,
chairman; Ralph Garrott, and A. T.
Football Manager Henry Poarso.
Social Committee Hattlo Rymor
chairman; Mario Leo, Charles Ulrickj
Will Kavan, and Graco Gannon.
Manager of Athletics Art Hiltner.
BaBkotball Manager C. F. Korstlan,
Prior to tho scrap over tho commit
tee appointments, tho. following clasn
officers wore elected:
Vice-president, Thomas James.
Secretary, Ix)ulse Barr.
Treasurer, Gracla Green.
Sergeant-at-arms, Roland Thomas.
SUSPEND THE EDITOR
OF CALIFORNIA PAPER
8TUDENT8 AND FACULTY DI8AP
PROVE OF 8HEET.
UNI. CONIC JOURNAL OVERSTEPPED!
Protests Against Material Published
In the "Pelican" Causes the ' .
Withdrawal of Editor
San Francisco. Rollo Swing Fay;
editor of tho Pelican, an alleged comic
paper at tho University of California
was suspended from college for the
remainder of the academic year, ahc
his publication suppressed because 0
its alleged indecent and immora
Editor Fay's suspension is througl
recommendation of tho student body-.
acting tnrough tho undergraduate
student affairs committee, and tho ac
tion follows tho accusation that ar
ticles published in the Pelican an
detrimental to the good name of the
On thei fd'trittiltted'ffrecdmmenda
tion, acting. PrIdentiliangeUBjjtfn'd
ftil Fnv find hn ia in hn doVinrrml frnri
college attendance and privileges fo
tlio remainder of 'tho academic year.
Tone Considered Low.
Tho clipping of tho Pelican's wined
and tho 'summary suppression- 6f J ltd
light is not. so dt is declared, duo to
any single' article fn particular, but
because of the general tone of the
edition'., . , I
Tho' Pelican is bad, it irf declartdj
bad from start to finish, from covof
10 tovor, wuy ueiow me mane wnicn
a big' institution of- learning' should
Insist upon,, morally, Intellectually' and
artisticajly; quite too badj it" is tie
clared, to" bo allowed'.to Ball broadcast
as representing, the brains and brilli
ancy of tho state university. 1
The whole tone" of tho book Is bef
to President Wheeler, a sentlmopt
that finds widespread approval in the
prompt- and severe measures taken
against the- editor ' ' I
, Tho . responsibility of choosing the
editor of tho Pelican and generally,
supervising' the publication is inveBt.
ed largely in the, English Club, which
is made up of professors, instructors
and ' tho. ( literary effect generally
among the ' students. Just hoVir the
suppressed edrtor'got ast.thd s-upe'r
VlHo'rs andcendors is. not-explained I
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